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How do I get the input buffer (mouse clicks) to ignore multiple clicks on a button ?

I'm using the default MessageLoop mode and have a While-Wend loop with currently 5 buttons being checked for input.

One button is a "Start" button that goes and check for something while also playing a sound file using SoundPlay($file,1) depending on the result, it only plays if certain things match.

The problem is that the script queues multiple clicks, I only need it to remember one click.

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The simplest solution would be to disable the button once clicked until the checking is done and you are ready to accept clicks once more. GUICtrlSetState is what you need to do this. :x


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